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Desktop, My Music etc. on a different drive?

Hi,

Like it says above I was wondering if it is possible to have anything you "drag" or "copy" onto the desktop goes to a different hard drive. Also all the other windows libraries. I have already moved the TMP and TEMP to it using the environment variables.

Thanks in advance,

Alex
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    You can move the folder and re-target the shortcut to reflect the new location. Make a new file - a simple Notepad document will do - to test it goes to the right place.
  2. You can move the folder and re-target the shortcut to reflect the new location. Make a new file - a simple Notepad document will do - to test it goes to the right place.

    Thanks that worked for the help, that was easier than I thought it'd be.
  3. You're welcome.
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